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on its cereal. seems strange to me, but what m, else is new? i am here with dana perino, theth former white house press or so she claims, and one of my many co-hosts on "the five." and filling in for andy levy is henreick van beckenbower. he cannotem remember anything before 1987 and so we are limiting our stories to after 1987 and between 1992. raves. my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. awe look. and if hilarity was an air horn hundreds of people would blow him at a soccer game. sitting next to me is a comedian, andrew schulz, family member of bill schulz, yikes. >> the lede. that's the first story. ps, i'm sorry. >> that's nice. you are related to bill? >> i am. cousins. >> i'm sorry. >> we can tell you more about it. >> i don't want to hear anything. i want to go to the next story, it is just sad. sad news out of pennsylvania, an actual state, thanks to the government shutdown a planned ku klux klan rally has been halted. don't like the shirt i'm wearing. the rally was set to take place this saturday at gettysburg national military park, but officials had to tell the sheet freaks t
you that harvey voted for obama. >> all in all, obamacare is hazardous to your health. dana i remember your first day at fox news. it was full of glitches and embarassment. >> i thought you were going to rhyme that with something. i think we are making too much about the glitches. glitches can actually be fixed. they will figure out the software eventually. there was a private company and they would have done it better. this is the government and this is what you get. i am more concerned about the fund mental change. here we go. it is the first day of the end of your country. >> wow. that's a bigger issue than glitches. i thought you were being positive. i thought you were going to say, i don't care about the glitches, but we will die. andrew, you probably have no insurance and are riddled with sexually transmitted diseases. >> i cannot say that is true. put it this way. i have never had an std and i have never had an std test. that's my obamacare. >> have you ever had insurance? >> i have had insurance and now i don't. >> are you going to sign up? >> for obamacare? yes. i think i will
? or is it about something more personal? and ugly. joining me now is dana mil bank and joe madison. thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> joe, this is a pattern now, so what's behind this talk. >> let me tell you, they just can't stand the fact that they've got a very start, intelligent black man that has outthought them, outcampaigned them, beat them twice without any controversy. the nerve, the absolute nerve to use crack cocaine, something that destroyed individuals, destroyed families, practically destroyed communities, to compare it to something that heals people, that brings families together, that allows them to save money, allows them to be well is absolutely absurd. and rush limbaugh has some nerve. here is a man that even talked his maid into stealing drugs from her husband so that he could have a high. so, i mean, let's call it what it is. these people simply have lost their freaking minds. they just can't handle it. >> dana, when you hear people comparing government dependency to drug use and slavery, i mean, what are the implications of dog whistle politics in this fight over
could officially shut down. it would be the first time since 1995. dana bash is on capitol hill. moderate republicans staging a revolt. what exactly are they trying to do? >> reporter: well, in the next series of votes that we're going to see on the house floor, what moderate republicans are hoping to do is to stop procedurally republicans from going ahead with this plan that they have to fund the government but yet with another few ideas to chip away at obamacare that senate democrats say they'll reject, like delaying the individual mandate for a year and taking away subsidies for those in the government. what they're hoping to do is get enough republicans to defeat this procedurally. in terms of raw numbers, we're talking about maybe 17 republicans would have to agree to vote no. and that could make this whole republican plan crumble. i talked to peter king of new york who is one of the people who is trying to get the votes to wage this revolt. and here's how he explained. >> he's doing this. basically what you and some of your colleagues are saying is enough already. >> this
the republicans relent. that is pretty much the strategy that we're seeing. is >> that's true. >> dana, earlier in the week,r bob woodward, said exactly that. the longer this goes on, it will fall directly on the president'a shoulders and i do think the first couple days they were winning the debate. but this is slowly backfiring. the more information that comes out shows republicans havehows passed bills to fund all of these programs that bob claims aren't being funded. so there is a credibility issue as well. >> i don't think that president obama's too worried yet that the republicans are going to overtake him and all of a suddee they're going to come out smelling like rose at the end of this. i do think this open mic momentn that they tend to have -- i >> can't help it. >> i keep trying to talk to him. he can't hear me.m. >> what i'm going to say is theo always get caught saying what they really believe on background quotes in major papers. remember when the national security advisor, seniorcuri administration official described president obama's foreign policy as leading from behind?desc an
dana bash was in the office of senate majority leader harry reid when the capitol complex went into lockdown this afternoon. thankfully everyone is okay for the most part. she joins us now. dana, tell us about your experience. >> reporter: well, that announcement that you just played was exactly what we heard in the office of the senate majority leader. it's not often that's where you're sitting at all as a reporter. it just so happened we were waiting to go do an interview with him. it was myself, several members of our crew, several of our producers. and we were trying to figure out frankly if it was a test or not. because there are sometimes actually often tests. but it became clear pretty soon that this was not a test, that this was not a drill, this was the real thing particularly as we started to see security move around, given where we were in the capitol. not just in harry reid's office but also physically harry reid's office is facing the west front of the capitol which if you see those pictures facing the quarter where this driver went into those barricades, where you
that part and pass a bill to fix that. so our chief congressional correspondent dana bash, she sat there yesterday, and she asked and pressed senator reid about that particular effort, which did not sit very well with him. here it was. >> if you all talked about children with cancer unable to go to clinical trials, the house is presumably going to pass a bill that funds at least the nih. given what you said, will you at least pass that? and if not, are want you playing the same political games the republicans are? >> listen, senator durbin explained that very well and he did it here, he did it on the floor earlier, as did senator schumer. what right do they have to pick and choose what part of government is going to be funded? it's obvious what's going on here. you talk about reckless and irresponsible, wow. what this is all about is obama care. they are obsessed. i don't know what other word i can use. i don't know what other word i can use. they are obsessed with this obama care thing. it's working now and will continue to work and people will love it even more than they do now b
at the capital, chief congressional correspondent dana bash and at the white house, jim. let's -- dana, let's talk about this. the white house and the senate would reject a gop plan that changes obama care. does this mean the government shutdown is likely going to happen? is it imminent? >> reporter: it's much more likely. it's two days away. much, much more likely, don. house republicans are dug in. they are determined to go ahead and make the point you and i talked last hour to congressman jeb who is representative of many in the republican caucus saying they believe that spending, they are talking government spending is very much linked to obama care because the government is spending money on that like many other issues. that is why they say they are continuing to keep up the fight even though they are up against raw math. that raw math is democrats run the senate down there behind me. there's a democrat in the white house and they say, at least in the senate, that they feel confident, sources there tell me they feel confident they will be able to defeat everything the house brings over
more losing some vital federal services. a lot to talk about, let's go to dana bash, she has the breaking news up here from capitol hill. what is the latest, dana. >> reporter: well, i'm just a few feet from the house flow where we expect them to vote, maybe in the next 15 minutes on the republican plan which is to fund the government but with strings attached. the strings in this case will be to delay the individual mandate for a year, and also to put lawmakers in a tough position and their staff, as well, by taking away the federal subsidy for their health care. and basically saying that we should be like everybody else. we shouldn't get any special treatment. it may make some republicans and even some democrats, make it difficult for them to vote against, and that is the entire point here. after that vote, which we assume will pass, it is going to go back to the senate, which is right down the hall behind me. and we expect the senate, the democrats, to reject this, which is the first of two attempts to chip away at the bill by house republicans to fund the bill. so one thi
and consumers and workers and the list goes on and on. dana bash is on capitol hill where it began and hope cfully n end soon. what do we know more about? >> reporter: i think what you saw is what it was, which was not very productive at all. it's the big difference between tonight and what we've seen over the past few weeks is the only difference is they were actually talking to each other eyeball to eyeball as opposed through us in the media. it did not go well in terms of any kind of movement at all. maybe the only benefit is that they did actually express themselves to one another and maybe that could crack the stalemate in the future, but so far, it didn't work. >> there are now several moderate house republicans who changed their mind, right, saying they are willing to pass a clean bill with no strings attached. would they actually have the numbers to do that at this point if john boehner allowed it? >> reporter: with all conversations i had with moderate republicans, they have the numbers but to be honest, they don't have the will and that's a different thing. what i mean by that is
these right wing nuts. >> okay. >> i got to get -- can i get dana in here? >> i could be completely wrong. medicare part b may have been attached somehow to one of these fights. also funding the iraq war. democrats both times to some of these funding fights. and i want to -- after dana, i definitely want to talk -- >> go ahead. >> so ted cruz is in the middle of this, dana, and he's in the middle of the republican party. there was a closed door meeting yesterday, some members of congress, according to "the new york times," had some harsh words. but cruz is insisting he's not backing down. he blamed this entire thing on harry reid. >> we are in a shutdown because president obama and the majority leader of this body want a shutdown. because they believe it is in the partisan interest of their party to have a shutdown. >> how does a guy like this -- >> you think that most people believe that? >> i think most people are just sick of the whole thing. if they don't think this is in particular about any one person. it's not about president obama. not about ted cruz. they look at this. i'm just t
is universally hated and we are targeted as evil doers for asking tough questions, i'm sure you heard about dana bash attacked by senator harry reid for daring to ask about piecemeal funding and i've been attacked by both democrats and republicans for daring to ask such foolish questions that don't alie with their philosophies and strategy, and then there's ted cruz who, you know, in a commercial lambasting other republicans. this is getting out of control. is this now a battle for headlines and saving jobs on capitol hill, or saving speakerships, or is someone going to blink and finally realize people are hungry and living collect to check and the economy's going to collapse if you continue on with this, you know, with this impasse? >> there's a lot of blame here. i give ted cruz most of the blame. i've been critical of republicans. let me say it's time for president obama to step in. i'm not saying he has to negotiate on obama care but he's head of the democratic party. he's president of the united states who is i nonpolitical position. he has an obligation to try to end this all he can. i can
chaste in washington. dana bash has the latest. you were on capitol hill at the time dealing with the house shut down story and what made you realize there was a big event happening right outside. >> a huge siren. the emergency alert system that was actually installed here in the capitol after 9/11 that went off. now sometimes it goes off just for drills, but sitting in the senate majority leader harry reid's office which is where i was because we were ready to do an interview and hearing the loud blaring siren and then it was quickly followed by a person on the speaker saying that we were to be basically in lockdown, shelter in place they said, certainly as you can imagine was very frightening. the good news for myself and our crew, you know, we immediately got information because of the proximity to power where we were. we really were able to hear what was going on, but there is no question that the people who protect -- when i say the capitol, people protect us every day because i'm here every day were pretty remarkable. they got a standing ovation on the house floor and d
. we warned you. now it's yours. >> let's get dana in on this. you've been gone for quite some time. >> a few days, yes. i missed you all terribly. >> yes. and the surgery went well. i'm joking. i don't know why i said that. where is this going? >> oh, my god. okay, obama care continues, but we already knew that. we've known that from the beginning. here's the thing about putting your money where your mouth is. it's a great point because guess what the democrats had their best fund-raising day ever yesterday. yesterday. so when you talk about 2014 and winning elections we're already in the hole. the echo chamber of the defund folks, it was loud. i admired a lot of it. and i liked the focus. but this is what i want to know. where are we going? i'll follow. i just want to know the end-game. if the house were to pass a continuing resolution with one attachment that all it would have to say is, hereby the government must adhere to whatever else the public has to adhere to, then i think they would pass it. why are you looking at me like that? >> if they had done that yesterday, it would
congressional source told our own dana bash that the meeting only involved the principals, no staffers. there was no talk of any potential compromises for this specific fight period. the president demanded a clean continuing resolution to reopen the government as soon as possible, complete with funding for obama care. speaker boehner's response, not going to happen. so is it time for a grand bargain to put the nation's fiscal house in order? there are whispers of that on the hill tonight. but what would that even look like? let's bring in republican congressman devin nunes of california who has been pretty critical of his own party's strategy here and two of cnn's finist, chief political analyst gloria borger and chief political coast dent dana bash. congressman, obviously you're not a supporter of obama care in particular. why would you call your fellow republicans lemmings with suicide vests? what's the issue here? >> thank you for having me on. a few months ago, back in my district and in washington i started hearing this strategy that was laid out that shut down the government, don
what. we have team coverage on all of this. jim acosta live at the white house, and dana bash on capitol hill. so, dana, help us break down some of the details of this republican plan. >> reporter: well, you just read some of the highlights, and we can put some of the key points here, which are that, yes, they're going to pass a bill that funds the government through december 15th, but the two issues relating to obama care, first delaying it for one year, and second repealing the medical device tax, those -- one is just assuaging the concerns of many house republicans who want to keep fighting even though this is lost the battle to expletely defund obama care. but the second one, the medical device tax, because they're effectively daring senate democrats to vote against that, noting that more than 70 democrats in the senate voted to repeat that, many of them have very strong, very powerful medical device manufacturers in their state, and they think it will be hard for them to vote no on that or effectively to take that out of this. then the last issue on there, maintaining mil
to the action, straight to capitol hill to our chief congressional correspondent, dana bash. we are, dana, you tell me, minutes from a possible vote in the senate? i imagine they will be voting down, i guess, the house version with warp speed. >> that's what we're told is going to happen from aides to senate majority leader harry reid. they are now in. they're doing their ceremonial business and then they're going to get down to the business of the day, which is to table or to just simply reject in layman's terms, the bid that the house sent over late saturday night, really early sunday morning. to pass a spending bill, keeping the government running, but it includes non-starters as far as senate democrats who run this body, are concerned. that, of course, as you said, is delaying obama care for a year and repealing a medical device tax. probably -- oh, they're already voting. they're already voting. i saw out of my peripheral vision that they are voting. we are definitely seeing this in warp speed. >> on the warp speed note, i want you to tell me as we watch this here, tell me about your conv
people over. well, where has he been for the last six months? >> dana bash joins us now from the capital. candy crowley is in our washington bureau. dana, let's start with you. speaker boehner clearly digging in there, the mudslinging continues. what do you make of it? >> you're exactly right. look, the reality is that the speaker certainly is getting a lot of pushback from some -- many of the republican establishment. he is getting a lot of pushback from some republican senators, even some of the most conservative saying this strategy is just unworkable to dig in. but from inside his caucus, the people who he just met with this morning, i'm told that they are really, really standing by him, that his resolve on this is actually helping him from within his caucus. all sides of his caucus, not just the most staunch conservatives, those elected with tea party support but all sides. so at this point, he feels like he doesn't really need to move when it comes to the shutdown. and the message that he put out there that democrats suggested this is all a game, that is something that we now know
the american people would be satisfied that they're releasing a few hostages at a time? joining me now dana milbank and clarence page. thank you for being here. dana, i know we only caught one republican congressman sleeping on the job, but doesn't it seem like they all are? >> i think that's the larger issue here, and you could forgive anybody going to sleep while louie gohmert is giving one of his winders on the floor. but the real problem is republicans have gotten themselves into a box. you saw ted cruz, he wants to keep this being about obama care. look, this isn't about obama care anymore. it's about how the government got shut down. and the polls are showing no surprise the republicans are being blamed for that. the problem is they don't really have a way out other than doing these sort of silly bills to open one thing at a time. it is like the who's going to be allowed into the lifeboat. it only shows the parts of the government that these guys don't actually care about. the problem is they don't really have a way out of this now. but maybe if they close their eyes and rest for a fe
by the senate. we're following this story all over washington. dana bash on capitol hill, jim acosta at the white house, and gloria borger is in washington. let's go ahead and start on capitol hill. that's where house republicans have been meeting this afternoon. dana bash is there live. dana, we are expecting to hear from speaker john boehner soon. what's he expected to start talking about? >> reporter: he's expected to tell us formally what we have been reporting since last hour from republican sources that they talked about inside this meeting and really it looks like they finalized inside this meeting amongst house republicans, that they plan to vote on a bill keeping the government running until december 15th, for an extra month than the senate passed. much more importantly, they plan to deal with obama care in a way that's a nonstarter for senate democrats and for the white house, to delay obama care for a year, to repeal a medical device tax that helps to pay for it. excuse me. you rather a little chaos here. here is the speaker. >> mr. speaker, are you going to talk to us? ok
is covering the story from every possible angle. i begin with dana bash on capitol hill. and jim acosta, dana, can anything stop this shutdown? >> do you believe in miracles? >> not really, no. >> reporter: that is just about what we'll need to see here for at least a technical shutdown, meaning the clock striking midnight and no bill to fund the government passing congress, at least, and heading to the president's desk. what is happening as we speak, as you said, the house passed the bill that the senate is almost definitely going to reject. that is probably going to happen maybe in about a half an hour, meaning that they will formally reject it. and then the house goes back to the capital to figure out what their next move is. i am told it could be an all-nighter. it is entirely possible that we could see one, maybe two more of these volleys back and forth. that the house impacting it, in some way, shape or form, the senate rejecting it until -- we don't really know. and to be honest, the sense i get from the republican leadership and the aides, they don't really know. i don't think it is f
, what about behind the scenes? chief congressional correspondent dana bash joins us with the latest. >> so dana, are any negotiations going on anywhere? is there any movement at all? >> reporter: no. that is the short and honest answer. there's nothing going on. the only discussions that are going on are within each party's leadership walls trying to figure out what their next move is. mostly rhetorically, but in some cases especially looking ahead to the debt ceiling inside republican house speaker john boehner's office trying to figure out how they're going to craft something that maybe could make democrats move off their no negotiation pledge. >> it is deathly quiet behind you, i got to say. does it look like all of this will end up getting wrapped up together with the fight over the debt ceiling? >> >> reporter: it does look that way. what i'm told is that the house speaker has been having those conversations they mentioned with some of his closest con fe fidants. they've moved off obama care. but on the economy, specifically, something about the debt they can take home to their
very directly we would only end up back in the same spot that we're in right now. >> you know, dana bash is up on capitol hill also, our chief congressional correspondent. dana, it's a huge if, if the speaker were to allow the language of the resolution that has already passed the senate to come up for an up or down vote in the house of representatives, almost all the democrats if not all of the democrats would vote for it, but a large number of republicans, maybe even a majority of the republicans, would vote for it at the same time so why doesn't the speaker let that resolution come up for a vote and as a result, there would be no government shutdown? >> reporter: it's a great question, but it's something that he does not seem willing to do, at least not yet. in fact, wolf, despite the president's pleas for a clean cr, excuse me for using the lingo here, but for a spending bill that has no strings attached, it does not look like the speaker would even do that when the clock strikes midnight tonight and the government shuts down. listen to what the speaker said earlier today. >> is
on capitol hill. let's get the very latest from cnn chief congressional correspondent dana bash. >> well, newt, there are very fast-moving developments. right now what we are waiting for is the house to begin a series of votes on the plan that they announced earlier today, which is not a bill that the senate democrats say they would pass. not a bill that the president said he would sign, but one that once again trying to chip away by delaying the man dade for a year and by saying that members of congress and their staff would not get federal subs decides. i learned a short while ago that moderates are staging a revolume, trying to get their republicans to vote against the first procedural measure, because they say they've had enough. about 17 to 20 they would need if they are successful in that first vote, the plan could crumble. >> dana, thank you. that's a pretty big development. we've got some help to talk about it tonight in the crossfire. we have brad woodhouse the president of americans united for change. he is against delaying obama care. also club for growth andrew ross, who want
correspondent dana bash is joining us from capitol hill. dana, we had thought the house might accept the senate funding bill averting a shutdown of the government and move their fight with the president over to raising the debt ceiling in a few weeks. but that's not necessarily the case right now. what's the latest? >> reporter: just as happens so many times in the past weeks and months and frankly even years, house republican leaders tried to kind of manage their restive caucus and were unsuccessful in doing that. their hope a couple of days ago was to say don't fight on this one, guys. let's fight on the next one just around the corner the debt ceiling. they said no, in fact i'm told because they were being egged on by senator ted cruz saying you've got to fight on this government spending bill. so what's going on now is john boehner is effectively trying to negotiate within his own caucus, trying to figure out what the sweet spot is for them to be able to vote and accept a spending bill that has some attachments, i'm told it's not going to be clean. that's not going to happen. probably will
congressional correspondent dana bash and gloria borger. >> congressman when is this going to end? >> this is a battle that's been going on for quite some time. i listened to what you said, that today the votes failed. they didn't fail because of republicans. they failed because of democrats. >> the piecemeal bills. >> i don't consider funding the veterans administration, the g.i. bills as a piece meal. i believe if there are el else and places of the government we agree on, why punish them? why when they had the world war ii, why was the parks department ordered to shut it down? that greatest generation deserves to be saluted, not to meet barricades. the president is trying to punish the american public instead of solving this problem. and he'll negotiate with iran, putin, but he won't sit down and talk. and think of this. if you want to question who shut this government down, republicans never wanted to shut the government down. and they funded the government time and time again. this was the last thing we asked for. that individuals in america get treated the same as big busine
to reopen the government. raise the debt ceiling. want to bring in dana bash on capitol hill, brianna at the white house. brianna, first of all, we know the pressure's on here. the president has made very clear he's not negotiating actually the obama care and attaching it to the budget. so what is he going to offer? >> well, at this, point, we don't expect he will offer anything. that's what white house officials i've spoken to are saying. this isn't going to be a negotiation. we are told that when congressional leaders come here at 5:30 p.m. and meet with president obama, his message will be what it has been, which is that he says he will not negotiate on obama care. he wants congress to pass a clean funding bill as you've heard it called. so a funding bill without any conditions attached, without any obama care delay or defunding and that he wants them to increase the debt ceiling, as well without any conditions. what we've been watching in washington is this kind of endless loop of the house putting a bill out there, the obama administration putting a vote toe threat on it, the sen
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